KVH reports that it has just completed an upgrade to its mini-VSAT Broadband network that will provide customers in Europe, the Middle East, and northern Africa (EMEA) with a 60 per cent increase in satellite capacity.
SES and Astrium Services have signed capacity deals to deliver connectivity to vessels around Latin America as well as in the North Sea, Mediterranean Sea, Red Sea and Gulf of Aden.
Astrium has completed an extension of its worldwide VSAT satellite communications services, which it says will offer more bandwidth over smaller antennas.
VSAT provider OmniAccess reports that it has expanded its network coverage in the remote French Polynesian islands in the Pacific Ocean.
Vizada has announced that it is to extend the coverage area of its Pharostar Ku-band VSAT service, and is introducing a range of new packages to appeal to a wider section of the market.
Satcom provider NSSLGlobal is continuing the development of its DVB2-RCS VSAT network with the addition of new coverage areas, increasing the footprint of the network in East Africa and South America.
Marlink has announced an agreement with satellite provider Telenor Satellite Broadcasting (TSBc) to renew and increase Marlink’s Ku-band satellite capacity for the next three years, as well agreeing an option for Ka-band capacity on an upcoming satellite.
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